Leading Organizations and People

GSM OB 712

This course introduces you to some fundamental concepts, models and frameworks to help you become better acquainted with the organizations for which you work, the teams in which you work, the people with whom you work, and your own personal development. Specifically, this course considers: 1) how to develop yourselves as managers, 2) how to work well within teams, 3) how to assess and manage interpersonal dynamics, 4) how to structure more effective organizations, and 5) how to manage organizational change. Tying all of these elements together, we will devote particular attention to the traits, skills and behaviors that are indicative of good leadership and how organizations and managers can be transformed for better alignment with the business demands of the future.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
F1 Barton SMG 208 T 6:00 pm-9:00 pm Reserved for
self-paced
Cohort 20C.
Students take
ES707 F1
concurrently.

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